neurobiologist


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a specialist in neurobiology

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With Simon Chen, another UC San Diego neurobiologist, the researchers monitored the activity of neurons in the motor cortex over a period of two weeks while mice learned to press a lever in a specific way with their front limbs to receive a reward.
"Cancer patients who have taste loss following radiation to the head and neck and elderly individuals with diminished taste function arc just two populations who could benefit from the ability to activate adult taste stem cells," said Robert Margolskee, M.D., Ph.D., a molecular neurobiologist at Monell who is one of the study's authors.
Rita Levi Montalcini, the Italian-Jewish scientist, physician, and neurobiologist who won a Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1986 with her colleague Stanley Cohen for the discovery of how cells selectively prune and communicate with each other, died on Sunday at the age of 103 in her native Italy.
Amy (played by Mayim Bialik) is herself a neurobiologist and a perfect match.
In Infectious Behavior: Brain-Immune Connections in Autism, Schizophrenia, and Depression (2012, MIT Press), neurobiologist Paul H.
"We now know from field studies that a lot of the large whales exhibit some of the most complex behaviour in the animal kingdom," said Lori Marino, a neurobiologist at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
THE US professor accused of killing three colleagues during a faculty meeting was a Harvard-educated neurobiologist, inventor and mother whose life had been marred by a violent episode in her distant past.
Ms Barry is a neurobiologist in Massachusetts, USA, and has had an alternating convergent strabismus since she was three months old.
For more than five years, a team of researchers led by neurobiologist Stephen Reppert at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has been studying the biology that underlies the migratory habits of monarch butterflies, those beautiful orange-and-black creatures, many of which stage awe-inspiring and mystifying annual winter migrations to Mexico.
Reppert, a neurobiologist at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester.
Erich Jarvis, a world-renowned neurobiologist at Duke University Medical Center, is noted for his research on genes in the brain pathways for vocal learning in birds.
First and foremost, the most just way to evaluate people is based on their individual abilities and accomplishments rather than on the general abilities of whatever gender they espouse (remember the case of Stanford neurobiologist Ben A.
For NSI theoretical neurobiologist Anil Seth, it offered a metaphor for brain activity.
A General Medical Council Panel yesterday gave their reasons for deciding there was enough evidence to proceed with a case against consultant neurobiologist Dr Brian Morgan Phillips.
While the neurobiologist Jean-Pierre Changeux uses the term "plasticity of the brain" to refer to the capacity of synapses to form or reform a bit of information, Malabou's concept of plasticity refers to a being's strategy and capacity to be transgressed, to be other--a dual, contradictory yet inseparable movement involving the sudden emergence and annihilation of form.
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